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Recent articles by Brett:

Facebook, social media under more pressure from brands over hate speech

Unilever, Coca-Cola, Hershey, Starbucks and Honda say they are pausing advertising on social media platforms including Facebook over hate speech. → Read More

More companies halt ads on Facebook despite new plans to curb hate speech

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined steps the social network will take to combat hate speech as companies pull advertising from its platform. → Read More

Google adjusts privacy settings to auto-delete location, search history by default

Google is changing how much of your data it retains as part of location and search histories, offering the ability to auto-delete by default. → Read More

Verizon to launch its own Visa credit card later this month

Telecommunications giant Verizon announced Monday it will launch a Verizon Visa card on June 26, offering incentives to its wireless customers. → Read More

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian resigns from board, wants seat filled by black candidate

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian said he is resigning from the company's board, and wants a black candidate to take his seat. → Read More

'Call of Duty' adds a new message to video game: 'Black Lives Matter'

The next time you load up the latest "Call of Duty" video game, you will likely notice a new message from its developers: Black Lives Matter. → Read More

Zoom CEO: No end-to-end encryption for free users so company can work with law enforcement

The CEO of Zoom said the company has no plans to offer end-to-end encryption to users of its free version so it can keep working with law enforcement. → Read More

Apple's Tim Cook publishes open letter on racism, says company 'must do more'

In a letter published on Apple's website, CEO Tim Cook said his company 'must do more' to fight racism and promote diversity. → Read More

Remastered versions of 'Tony Hawk's Pro Skater' launching this fall

A classic video game franchise is ready for its comeback. "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater" and" Pro Skater 2" will return in remastered form on Sept. 4. → Read More

Facebook finally offers option to delete multiple older posts at once

The social network announced Tuesday it's adding an option to let users delete multiple posts at the same time. → Read More

TikTok apologizes after claims it blocked #BlackLivesMatter, George Floyd posts

TikTok apologized after claims the social media service blocked posts featuring hashtags related to the death of George Floyd. → Read More

Apple is reportedly tracking iPhones stolen amid nationwide protests

People who stole iPhones might not only find an unusable smartphone, but a device tracking your location, according to photos on social media. → Read More

Working from home: The fun quirks couples learn about each other

As many couples work from home together, they learn hilarious, interesting quirks about how they work. → Read More

Snapchat to stop promoting President Trump's account in Discover tab

Snapchat said it will stop promoting President Donald Trump's account on Discover, saying they won't amplify voices who 'incite racial violence.' → Read More

Former Facebook employees blast company's 'cowardly' stance on Trump posts in open letter

Former Facebook employees are blasting the company for its position on posts from President Donald Trump about the George Floyd protests. → Read More

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg on Twitter fact-checking Trump: Companies shouldn't serve as 'arbiter of truth'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg questions Twitter's decision to fact check two tweets from President Donald Trump. → Read More

Elon Musk's Boring Company completes second tunnel in Las Vegas

The Boring Company, Elon Musk's underground transportation project, has completed work on a second tunnel in Las Vegas. → Read More

How a TikTok user helped Jeep owners find the 'easter eggs' on their vehicles

A TikTok user's recent discovery about his Jeep had many owners inspecting their vehicles for hidden creatures including spiders and lizards. → Read More

This is how dining in McDonald's restaurants will change due to coronavirus

To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, fast food giant McDonald's will introduce several new safety standards once dine-in rooms reopen. → Read More

Jeff Bezos could become world's first trillionaire, and many people aren't happy about it

A company projected Amazon's Jeff Bezos could become the world's first trillionaire, sparking critical responses to the entrepreneur and his wealth. → Read More